ADLINK introduces SMARC module for small form factor embedded and mobile systems
ADLINK Technology, Inc. has announced the release of the LEC-3517 ARM-focused smart mobility architecture (SMARC) form factory computer-on-module, which supports 8-bit camera input.
ADLINK Technology, Inc. has announced the release of the LEC-3517 ARM-focused smart mobility architecture (SMARC) form factory computer-on-module. The LEC-3517 supports 18/24-bit parallel LCD displays and 8-bit camera input and also features a USB 2.0 port, a USB client port, four serial ports, a CAN bus port, one 10/100 Ethernet port, and 12 GPIO signals. In addition, two mini PCIe sockets enable use of Wi-Fi/Bluetooth and 3G modules for connectivity. The LEC-3517 is designed to enable system architects to use a fully passive cooled system design in embedded and portable devices such as industrial handhelds, control terminals, human machine interfaces, medical devices, and industrial tablets.
To Learn More:
Contact: ADLINK Technology, Inc.
Headquarters: San Jose, CA, USA
Product: LEC-3517 SMARC module
Key Features:Supports 18/24-bit parallel LCD displays and 8-bit camera input, USB 2.0 port, a USB client port, four serial ports, PCIe sockets for Wi-Fi/Bluetooth and 3G module connectivity.
What ADLINK says:
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